Once your baby starts eating solid foods, you can expect to add an extra $50 to $100 to your monthly grocery bill if you’re buying jarred food. Making your own provides an easy savings solution, with the added advantages of knowing exactly what’s going into it while avoiding preservatives and sugar.
The decision to pick one investment over another should not be limited to a gut instinct. You need to consider your own risk tolerance. Here are the factors that make up this important investment-selection criteria.
While most of us focus on FICO as the dominant credit score, that’s hardly where it ends. In fact, you’ve got so many more scores that if I tried to name all of them and explain what each of them do your head would spin and I’d run out of paper. But because I never shy away from a credit related challenge, here’s an abbreviated version.
The average family plans to spend $606.40 this year on back to school clothing and supplies, but outfitting your child with everything they need for the new school season doesn’t have to break the bank though. Here are eight tips that will help soften the dent in your wallet.
If you’re a new graduate starting your first corporate job this fall, chances are the clothes you wore to the classroom won’t cut it in the conference room (unless you’re working in Silicon Valley, where the company-issued t-shirt will look...
You follow all the financial rules: a six-month emergency fund and no credit card debt. You live within your means and have all the right insurance. Yet sometimes, disaster strikes, and you’re wiped out monetarily anyway. A recent State Farm survey found that although 81 percent of adults believe it’s very important to have a financial Plan B, only 45 percent have such a plan in place.